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  2. THE EMPIRE GAMES

    WITH the arrival in Australia yesterday of the ninety-two members of the British team for the Empire ...

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  3. RE-ARMAMENT HITS BRITAIN

    ALL over Britain, factories are working at high pressure, turning out all kinds of goods to fill the country's armament programme. Fitters, mechanics, engineers are finding a sudden big demand for their services. Miners overseas, steel-workers, smelters, furnace hands, makers of machine tools are turning out goods or material to-capacity. Boy scouts leave their ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Health Insurance Scheme Biggest Thing N.Z. Govt. Has Tackled

    "It will be the biggest thing ever tackled in New Zealand," said the Prime Minister (Mr. M. J. Savage), when announcing good progress in the ...

    Article : 88 words
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  8. TO-DAY'S THEATRE ATTRACTIONS

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 138 words
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  11. DUKE AND DUCHESS OF KENT

    The Duke and Duchess of Kent left London to-day by air on their way to Athens where they are to be present at the wedding ...

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  12. CONTRAST IN CARE OF FOOTPATHS

    SIR,--Re the Lord Mayor's criticism of the disregard for civic pride of residents in certain localities, I refer the powers that be to the general ...

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  13. Centaurus Captain Visits Birthplace

    After a successful tour of the South Island the Centaurus returns to Auckland late to-day. Particular interest was attached to the visit of the ...

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  14. GAS DRILL FOR CHILDREN

    On the ground of its adverse psychological peace-time effects, the Board of Education opposes the gas drill of school children, which, it says, should not be ...

    Article : 121 words
  15. Rumour Causes Savings Bank Run

    A run on the National Savings Bank followed an unfounded rumour that the Government intended to close down the bank this week. The Government has ...

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  17. WELL! THIS IS OVER THE FENCE

    The recent rains have caused an extraordinary growth of weeds in many suburban streets. In some places the householders have cleared the footpaths themselves, but in a number of streets it is impossible to walk on the pathways in comfort. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. Two Years' Research By Discovery II. In Antarctica.

    The Royal Research Ship, Discovery II., which is on its way to the Antarctic to continue the research commenced there two years ago, will ...

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